NEW YORK – Japan plans to propose taking up the issue of air defense identification zones with the International Civil Aviation Organization as it did last November after China’s declaration of an ADIZ in the East China Sea that covers the Japan-administered Senkaku Islands.
The ICAO, a U.N. agency working to promote the safety of international civil aviation, started a council meeting in Montreal on Monday. Japan, the United States and China are among the various nations sitting on the council.
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